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6.13.19 - CFOs Bracing For 2020 Recession

Gold last traded at $1,343 an ounce. Silver at $14.89 an ounce.

NEWS SUMMARY: Precious metal prices rose again Thursday on safe haven buying despite a firmer dollar. U.S. stocks rose, lifted by gains in Disney and energy shares, despite geopolitical tensions in the Mid-East.

 

 

 

Gold Prices Poised For a Reversal

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bars business global intergold 335268Why The Gold Market Looks Poised For Reversal -Seeking Alpha
"This week, we welcome back to the podcast Brien Lundin, publisher of Gold Newsletter and producer of the New Orleans Investment Conference. Brien predicts that the brutal period for precious metals may soon be over. In fact, he now seeing a bullish alignment of factors he's seen before, which precursored a sharp move upwards in the prices of gold and silver: 'I think mainstream investment analysis, the mainstream research, that you get out of Wall Street is typically that gold is not where you want to be.

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Why Worry About Google's Power?

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google 1762248 640We should all be worried about Google's power -New York Post
"Tuesday brought endless commentary and reporting on how President Trump was being utterly ridiculous and conspiratorial to accuse Google of bias in its search algorithms. Funny: Just over a year ago, in June 2017, the European Union fined the company $2.7 billion for … bias in its search algorithms...the EU verdict (after a seven-year investigation) was about the company 'systematically favoring' its own Google Shopping feature. As we write, the top headlines on Google News include two CNN stories: 'Trump slams Google search as 'rigged' - but it's not' and 'Debunking Donald Trump's latest conspiracy theory on Google.' How is the average web surfer to trust that Google isn't weighting those stories?

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Banks to Start ‘Redlining’ Again?

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bank 2907728 640A Green Light for Banks to Start 'Redlining' Again -New York Times
"The Community Reinvestment Act was passed in 1977 to end the practice of 'redlining,' by requiring banks to lend money in the communities where they are chartered to do business or receive deposits. Banks have made nearly $2 trillion in small-business and community development loans since 1996, according to our calculations, to meet the requirements of the law....

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40% of Americans Struggling to Get By

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worried 30148 640Despite strong economy, many Americans struggling to get by -Associated Press
"Despite a strong economy, about 40 percent of American families struggled to meet at least one of their basic needs last year, including paying for food, health care, housing or utilities. That’s according to an Urban Institute survey of nearly 7,600 adults that found that the difficulties were most prevalent among adults with lower incomes or health issues.

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